ahumanfly asked: is there a way i can watch this short documentary? it won't let me view it?
Happy Thanksgiving to my fellow Adoptees. Be thankful for who you are and for the family that cares and loves you.
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Linking our past to strengthen our identity
Left on Lockett Lane I would like to announce that “Left on Lockett Lane” documentary by fellow Filipino adoptee, Jonathan Reinert is now available for you on line. Congratulations Jonathan and thank you for finally offering an intimate look into the journey, your journey, of the adopted Filipino person. Maraming Salamat, Lorial
What If I'm adopted? Will I ever wanted to meet my...
rashinuhh: I would want to meet my biological parents. I would want to talk to them, find out what really happened good or bad. Then, take it from there. I would still love my adoptive parents and be grateful to them. Nanood kasi ko ng Endless Love ayan tuloy naisip ko. HAHAHA!
Valine Syke: I have a brother. →
Our age gap is 15 years. We were the only human creatures that were created by my parents. There was another girl. She was obviously adopted. I forgot what her name was. I asked my dad where she is right now. He told me she and her “boyfriend” ran away. She was a junior in high school at that…
Untitled: Adoption: Trauma that Lasts a Lifetime →
myenchantedgardens: Original Article by Vicki M. Running June 11, 1996 I found this so profound and so true I am compelled to repost it. They just cannot understand. The perfect child of Mr & Mrs Smith they adopted 15 years ago is now skipping school, talking back, is involved in a sexual relationship with her…
Every adoptee has a story to tell about themselves whether it is still being written or traced back from where their story began. Submit a photo or also a video of you and the following to share your stories; inspiring or not, and help people to see through your eyes. Things you must include: Full Name Date of Birth Birthplace Where you are from Summary about your life. When you submit a...
After the Morning Calm: Reflections of Korean...
click here to read full book This book tells compelling stories of how 27 adult adopted Koreans who grew up in the U.S. and Europe have dealt with various issues in their lives. How did they overcome some of their adversities in life? What helped them integrate their racial and cultural identities into their self-image? Did they want to visit Korea? What was it like to be in Korea? How...
Jason Tong: You’ve decided to adopt, now what? →
jasontong: Check out our web site at adoptioniguide.com for more great posts. Guest post provided by: Small Miracles Adoption Inc. Email: email@example.com Providing professional, confidential adoption consultation and private adoption services…
Beauty Through the Eyes of an Asian Adoptee
One of the most popular plastic surgeries for Asians in this country is a procedure that alters their eyelids to create creases. The creases make the eyes appear fuller, less slanted, more Western. But what Laura Gannarelli, who’s Korean American, learned when she visited South Korea is that the surgery is extremely popular over there, as well as throughout Asia. While watching the opening...
About the owner.
James Beni Wilson January 24, 1990 Tabogon, Cebu, Philippines James Beni was born in the village of Mabuli, in Tabogon Barangay located on the northeastern tip of the island of Cebu, Philippines. There are no traces of his biological family. He lived in a DSW Children Shelter in Cebu City for two years and then a foster family; Mr. & Mrs. Perfecto and Bernarda Torres, in Labangon,...